The MoJ is seeking to review the current exemption of allowing after the event (ATE) recoverability for expert reports in clinical negligence claims. Abolishing recoverability would bring this type of claim in line with most other injury claims. The review is linked to the announcement made by the Department of Health (DoH) that it intends to review the possible introduction of fixed recoverable costs (FRCs) in clinical negligence cases valued up to £250,000 in October 2016. The NHS Litigation Authority has estimated that it could save around £80m a year if FRCs are introduced for claims up to £100,000. The DoH is expected to launch a formal consultation in November 2015.